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[audio]Carl Rakosi lecture on experimental writing, July, 1993. - Rakosi, Carl
A Carl Rakosi lecture on experimentation and innovation in writing, examining the role of the reader as well as the writer. He notes the modern emphasis on originality, and looks at the possibilities for innovation in subject matter, form, and language, touching briefly on the work of Walt Whitman, Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound, Louis Zukofsky, James Joyce, and Jackson MacLow. Rakosi then turns his attention to the reader...
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[audio]Carl Rakosi part 1 June 1989 - Rakosi, Carl
Carl Rakosi reads and comments on an interview done with him for Conjunctions magazine, in which he discusses Zukofsky's editorship of Poetry Magazine; "Objectivism" as a term, a group, and a poetics; Rakosi's trouble writing and making a living; and other topics.
Downloads: 95
[audio]Carl Rakosi part 2 June 1989 - Ginsberg, Allen; Rakosi, Carl
Objectivist poet Carl Rakosi continues a lecture on Objectivism and his own work. The conversation focuses on poetry's relation to politics and the social. Rakosi, Allen Ginsberg, and the students in the audience discuss and debate whether poetry has political influence, the difference between poetry and history, and Rakosi's "existential" view of poetry.
Downloads: 80
[audio]Carl Rakosi reading of an interview with himself, July, 1987. - Rakosi, Carl
Second half of a Carl Rakosi reading of an interview with himself by an unknown interviewer. The question and answer session continues. (Continued from 87P023)
Downloads: 147
[audio]Carl Rakosi reading of an interview with himself, June, 1987. - Rakosi, Carl
First half of a Carl Rakosi reading. Rakosi reads an interview with himself by an unknown interviewer. The interview describes events from Rakosi's past and his relationship to writing. There is also a discussion about Rakosi's 27 year abscence from writing and what it was like for him to return. The reading ends with a long question and answer session. (Continues on 87P023)
Downloads: 155
[audio]Carla Harryman, Dodie Bellamy, Cole Swenson and Steven Taylor reading, June, 1997. - Bellamy, Dodie; Harryman, Carla; Swenson, Cole; Taylor, Steven
A reading by Carla Harryman, Dodie Bellamy, Cole Swenson and Steven Taylor. Taylor reads "Aroika" and "He who passes away is loved." Bellamy reads a "Letter to Sam Delasandro from Mina Harper." Swenson reads three poems based on the work of Delacroix including "Here," "Other weddings, other ghosts" and other poems. Harryman reads "Gardener of stars" and "M."
Keywords: none
Downloads: 190
[audio]Cecelia Vicuna performance, July, 2002. - Vicuna, Cecilia
Chilean poet Cecilia Vicuna performance at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. Vicuna uses words in Spanish and English, a capella singing, non-verbal vocal sounds, and other sound effects in her performance concerning the significance of September 11th in Chilean history, among other topics.
Downloads: 1,221
[audio]Cecilia Vicuna Lecture Word and Thread July 1994 - Vicuna, Cecilia
Cecilia Vicuna gives a lecture on Word and Thread. She opens with a chant and then leads into a discussion of language and the various forms in which it manifests. Examples include textile, line and word. She traces the origin of many words including: polvo, order, line and nombre. There are many references to Andian Quechua culture and the quipo. The lecture closes and is followed by many students questions...
Downloads: 120
[audio]Charles Bernstein lecture on poetics - Bernstein, Charles
A lecture by Charles Bernstein on poetics. Bernstein reads from "Fragments from the 17th Manifesto of Nude Formalism by Hermes Hermeneutic" and "The Second War." Discussion includes the holocaust, Heidegger, racism, radical modernism, the effects of World War II on American culture, and Reznikoff's "Holocaust." The lecture ends with a question and answer session.
Keywords: New American Poetry; political poetry; war in literature; antiwar literature
Downloads: 903
[audio]Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche Tibetan poetry reading - Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche Tibetan poetry reading with English translations by David Rome, August, 1975.
Downloads: 977
[audio]Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche Tibetan poetry reading with English translations by David Rome, August, 1975. - Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche; Rome, David
A reading of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche's poetry written in English, as well as his poetry written in Tibetan and translated into English by Trungpa Rinpoche with British and American friends. Trungpa Rinpoche introduces each poem and reads portions in the original Tibetan accompanied by David Rome reading the English texts.
Downloads: 1,411
[audio]Chris Baer, Thalia Field, and Wang Ping panel, Methods of composition, July, 1999. - Field, Thalia; Ping, Wang
A panel with Chris Baer, Wang Ping, and Thalia Field, with the panelists discussing their individual backgrounds and methods of composition. Special focus is given to using personal experience as raw material for writing, expressing pain in writing, voice, and point of view.
Downloads: 509
[audio]Chris Tysh workshop 1991 - Tysh, Chris
Chris Tysh workshop. Tysh presents an overview of possibilities for application (or possibly mis-application) of the theories of Marx, Freud, and Lacan to writing. Tysh concentrates on how writing can mirror-- in distorting and creative ways-- the world, the I, and experience.
Downloads: 180
[audio]Clark Coolidge and Michael McClure reading, July, 1977. - Coolidge, Clark; McClure, Michael
First half of a Michael McClure and Clark Coolidge reading. McClure reads a selection of Beat poems. Coolidge begins reading a long poem, about an hour in length, entitled "American ones." (Continues on 77P107)
Downloads: 355
[audio]Clark Coolidge and Michael McClure reading, July, 1977. - Coolidge, Clark
Second half of a Michael McClure and Clark Coolidge reading. Coolidge concludes his reading of his poem, "American Ones." (Continued from 77P106)
Downloads: 213
[audio]Clark Coolidge bop prosody lecture - Part 1 - Coolidge, Clark
First half of a lecture by Clark Coolidge discussing bop prosody. The talk covers various topics, including Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Ezra Pound, Robert Creeley, Franz Kafka, Henri Breton, Charles Olson, Neal Cassidy, and jazz. (Continued on 86p010.)
Keywords: Jazz; New American Poetry; Language School; language and literature
Downloads: 947
[audio]Clark Coolidge bop prosody lecture - Part 2 - Coolidge, Clark; Waldman, Anne
Second half of a lecture by Clark Coolidge discussing bop prosody. The talk covers various topics, including Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Ezra Pound, Robert Creeley, Franz Kafka, Henri Breton, Charles Olson, Neal Cassidy, and jazz. (Continued from 86p0009.)
Keywords: Jazz; New American Poetry; music and literature; Language School
Downloads: 1,627
[audio]Clark Coolidge class part 1 June 1980 - Coolidge, Clark
A class taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute June 30, 1980. Coolidge spends the majority of the class "introducing" Shakespeare to his students. To illustrate he reads from Antony And Cleopatra and Timon Of Athens as well as from Melville's Moby Dick and Kerouac's Visions Of Cody. This is part 1 of 4.
Downloads: 163
[audio]Clark Coolidge class part 2 - Coolidge, Clark
A class taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute June 30, 1980. Coolidge speaks about Shakespeare's Timon Of Athens. This is part 2 of 4.
Downloads: 94
[audio]Clark Coolidge class part 3 July 1980 - Coolidge, Clark
A class taught by Clark Coolidge July 2, 1980. Coolidge spends the class reading from Timon Of Athens. This is part 3 of 4.
Downloads: 108
[audio]Clark Coolidge class part 4 July 1980 - Coolidge, Clark
A class, "Rotating Shakespeare," taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute July 2, 1980. Coolidge finishes reading Timon Of Athens to the class culminating with Q & A session. This is part 4 of 4.
Downloads: 64
[audio]Clark Coolidge class, Art is material thinking, August, 1977. - Coolidge, Clark
First half of a Clark Coolidge class. Coolidge discusses many quotes that inspired him, and discusses writers writing about their own work. The recording ends about twenty minutes into the class.
Downloads: 1,130
[audio]Clark Coolidge jazz lecture, July, 1986. - Coolidge, Clark
Second half of a Clark Coolidge lecture about jazz, including a discussion about his musical background accompanied by recordings of old jazz records. (Continued from 86P008)
Downloads: 1,691
[audio]Clark Coolidge jazz lecture. - Coolidge, Clark
A Clark Coolidge lecture about jazz, including a discussion about his musical background accompanied by recordings of old jazz records.
Keywords: Jazz; New American Poetry; music and literature; Language School
Downloads: 1,065 1.50 out of 5 stars1.50 out of 5 stars(2 reviews)
[audio]Clark Coolidge lecture, July, 1989. - Coolidge, Clark
A Clark Coolidge lecture on Samuel Beckett, with particular focus on Beckett's prose. Much of the lecture is Coolidge performing a cut-up reading of Beckett's lesser-known, many unpublished, prose works.
Downloads: 748 1.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Clark Coolidge, Robert Creeley and Steve Lacy panel, Poetry and jazz, July, 1991. - Coolidge, Clark; Creeley, Robert; Lacy, Steve; Mackey, Nathaniel
First half of a panel on jazz featuring Clark Coolidge, Steve Lacy, Nathaniel Mackey, and Robert Creeley. Coolidge, who worked as a jazz drummer at one time, begins by reading his piece, "A note on bop." The panelists move on to a discussion of bop as a language, rhythm, the relationship of words to music, and their own experiences with jazz. They also touch briefly on the work of Harry Partch. (Continues on 91P066)
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[audio]Clark Coolidge, Robert Creeley and Steve Lacy panel, Poetry and jazz, July, 1991. - Coolidge, Clark; Creeley, Robert; Ginsberg, Allen; Lacy, Steve
Second half of a panel on jazz featuring Clark Coolidge, Steve Lacy, Nathaniel Mackey and Robert Creeley. Coolidge, who worked as a jazz drummer at one time, begins by reading his piece "A note on bop." The panelists move on to a discussion of bop as a language, jazz as sound poetry, rhythm, the relationship of words and dance to music, and their own experiences with jazz. They also touch briefly on the work of Harry Partch...
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[audio]Clark Coolige class 1 - Coolidge, Clark
A class taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute July 1, 1980. Coolidge discusses the work of painter Philip Guston. Coolidge spends the majority of the class reading a poem series written in response to a painting series by Guston. This is class 1 of 2.
Downloads: 135
[audio]Clark Coolige class 2 July 1980 - Coolidge, Clark
A class taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute July 3, 1980. Coolidge speaks about the painter Duras focusing on his painting "Melancholia" and the philosophy behind it. Coolidge then spends the rest of the class reading his long poem "Melancholia" written in response to Duras. This is class 2 of 2.
Downloads: 89
[audio]Clayton Eschleman class part 1 July 1992 - Eshleman, Clayton
A Class taught by Clayton Eshleman on the work of Cesar Vallejo. Eshleman addresses his own translations of Vallejo and the topic of translation in general as well as reading some translations.
Downloads: 136
[audio]Clayton Eschleman class part 2 - Eshleman, Clayton
The third class in a series of three taught by Clayton Eshleman. Topics of discussion include Cesar Vallejo and Vallejo's work, the translation of his work, and the topic of translation at large.
Downloads: 88
[audio]Clayton Eshleman lecture: - Eshleman, Clayton
A lecture with Clayton Eshleman including readings from Aime Cesaire's Notebook of a Return to the Native Land with topics including Martinique life, thematic narrative, surrealism, translation, neologisms, movements within it. He also reads from Les Armes Miraculeuses and Corp, then discusses how Cesaire's poetry influences his own work.
Keywords: New American Poetry; negritude
Downloads: 325
[audio]Clayton Eshleman lecture: "At the locks of the void, translating the work of Aime Cesaire." - Eshleman, Clayton
A lecture with Clayton Eshleman including readings from Aime Cesaire's Notebook of a Return to the Native Land with topics including Martinique life, thematic narrative, surrealism, translation, neologisms, movements within it. He also reads from Les Armes Miraculeuses and Corpus Perdu, then discusses how Cesaire's poetry influences his own work. Keywords: New American Poetry, translation, negritude
Downloads: 228
[audio]Collom reading - Collom, Jack; Mayer, Bernadette
An energetic reading by Jack Collom of his work. He reads a few pieces of various lengths - relatively short to quite long.
Downloads: 79
[audio]Colloquiem with Waldman, Collom, and Ginsberg - Augustine, Jane; Brakhage, Stan; Collom, Jack; Ginsberg, Allen; Hollo, Anselm
Anne Waldman chairs a Naropa Summer Writing Program colloquium on surrealism with Jack Collom, Allen Ginsberg, and others. An unidentified participant, probably Jane Augustine, reads Kurt Schwitters's Anna Blume. Jack Collom speaks about surrealism and Alexander Pope ("Sir Real") and reads selections from The rape of the lock. Someone identified only as "Jonathan" reads a selection from Alice in Wonderland...
Downloads: 187
[audio]Colloquium 1988 - Bye, Reed; Corso, Gregory; Elmslie, Kenward; Foye, Raymond; Ginsberg, Allen; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Taylor, Steven; Waldman, Anne
[by Ann] End of a colloquium on collaboration which starts on 88P007.
Downloads: 482
[audio]Coolidge and Mayer class part 1 - Coolidge, Clark; Mayer, Bernadette
Tape 2 of a 2 Tape class conducted by Clark Coolidge and Bernadette Mayer on the topic of poetics and the process of writing. Many artists are referenced and discussed such as Antonin Artaud and Gertrude Stein.
Downloads: 117
[audio]Coolidge and Mayer class part 2 - Coolidge, Clark; Mayer, Bernadette
The second tape of a two tape series which covers a class conducted by Clark Coolidge and Bernadette Mayer. Topics of discussion include poetics and accessability as well as language. References to the language of Bob Dylan lead to the topic of collaboration on which Anne Waldman gives her thoughts.
Downloads: 118
[audio]Cope and Rakosi read part 1 - Cope, David; Rakosi, Carl
David Cope divers poems ranging from Vietnam, Immigration, and Fishing. Carl Rakosi, an Objectivist poet, draws haunting meditaions on the movement of age and culture.
Downloads: 56
[audio]Cope and Rakosi read part 2 June 1987 - Rakosi, Carl

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[audio]Cope class part 1 - Cope, David
David Cope presents a class on realism in American poetry. Cope begins by reading and commenting on the work of William Carlos Williams, then moves into a discussion of the influence of Realist photographer Alfred Steiglitz in New York. Cope concludes with a discussion of the work of Objectivist poet Charles Reznikoff. Tape 1 of 2.
Downloads: 126
[audio]Cope class part 2 - Cope, David
David Cope presents a class on realism in American poetry. Cope begins by reading and commenting on the work of William Carlos Williams, then moves into a discussion of the influence of Realist photographer Alfred Steiglitz in New York. Cope concludes with a discussion of the work of Objectivist poet Charles Reznikoff. Tape 2 of 2.
Downloads: 98
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